Hi Michael, there is not alot you can do to improve this shot in post production as you or more likely the camera has chosen the white spot on the leaf to focus on rather than the stamen of the flower. Your composition has not been helped by cropping the top of the flower.
When uploading images for critique make sure that they are sharp, there are ways to increase the probability of getting it right.
Use an aperture that will give you a DOF that will keep all of the flower in focus whilst blurring the background, on a DLSR f8 would go some way to achieving this, however it looks as if you are using a compact so try experimenting to see what you get.
Try a faster shutter speed as at 1/80sec you are likely to get camera shake.
If possible set you camera to spot focus and focus on the stamen, centre of the flower.
When you have the sharpness sorted.... concentrate on composition and there is alot on this site to point you in the right direction.